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Inhaltsangabe: Plum Street is based upon a true story as it relates to the authors association with the street during the anti-war movement and the sexual, cultural revolution. Plum Street was a moment in time where both men and women could relax their inhibitions and find love, sex, and pleasure outside the confines of marriage and commitment. It was a playground for fun and excitement, for dropping-out and dropping-in if only for brief periods, and a place where meeting others was encouraged. It was a time of hippies, protesters, drop-outs, love-ins, free love, drugs, experimentation, and anything else that deviated from established norms. It was an escape from the restrictions of the rigid rules of our Victorian lifestyle. Plum Street was an exciting experience in a remarkable time in Detroit's history. It was a wonderful time to have lived. C.G. Mitchell owned a total of five different businesses on Plum Street and has first hand knowledge of events associated with the street and the times.
Über den Autor: Following his military service, C.G. Mitchell entered into a business venture which took place on Plum Street, Detroit's answer to San Francisco's Haight Ashbury. Over the two years he spent there he managed to open and operate a total of five different businesses which gave him an excellent insight into events associated with the street as well as the movement related to the late 1960's to early 1970's. In addition to this current book C.G. Mitchell is the author of: Marching to an Angry Drum (Gays in the Military before Don't Ask Don't Tell.) I Quit - I Promise (18 short stories out of print) Storytime Anytime (22 short stories) The Home (an autobiographical story of the authors Time spent in The Protestant Children's Home, Detroit, Michigan during WWII)
Buchbeschreibung Outskirts Press, 2013. Hardcover. Buchzustand: New. book. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 147870635X